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Story of a Survivor

By Trevor Makonyonga The economic woes faced by Zimbabwe have forced many to get out of their ways and embark on life journeys that are more distressful than the act of...

A MOUTH WATERING WEEKEND OF SOCCER

By Elia Ntali Having lost 2-1 at Buffaloes in their last league encounter Harare City will be hoping to put a better show when they host Gweru based airmen Chapungu at...

Arts and Craft: how to create a Competitive Advantage in the Global Market?

By Elia Ntali We now live in a global world in which Zimbabwe must start paying a significant attention to tracking her competitors in order to fully understand global...

Zimbabwe celebrates first female league coach

By Trevor Makonyonga The appointment of Sithelelwe “Kwinji 15” Sibanda as assistant coach of Tsholotsho FC marks a new era in Zimbabwean football. Her roles as...

How Tsvangirai is poised for Dictatorship

By Trevor Makonyonga It always starts with the women ululating uncontrollably, the men whistling hysterically, the children giving poems of praise and the artists...

Jibilika Dance Festival preliminaries beckons

By Kundai Marunya Provincial preliminaries for Zimbabwe’s premier annual youth dance festival, Jibilika, will kick off this Saturday May 16 at the Charles Austin...

Twenty fifteen waltz HIFA

Widely travelled theatre production Twenty Fifteen left a lasting impression at the ongoing Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA). Staging in a once off show...

Rural women represented at HIFA

by Kundai Marunya Rural women who earn a living through arts and craft are well represented at the ongoing Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA). Their art is...

High expectations for new rugby coaches

The newly appointed coaches for national rugby sides are expected to deliver good results if they plan to stay on the job for the next four years. The coaches who were...